We welcome you to become part of this wild but ‘working’ landscape.

The Vikings gave Borrobol its Norse name, thought to derive from Borgr-bolstadr meaning Fort-farm and it’s history is rich with archaeological remains, spanning the Iron Age to the 19th century.

Looked after by our family for over 80 years, Borrobol is now a traditional highland estate, well known for its wild red deer which share the open moors with sheep and a herd of cattle.

Wild red deer share their grazing with cattle on the open peatland.

Borrobol Cottages - Unspoiled Nature